Farm to Table: Coffee
Many people can’t—or won’t—live without their daily coffee, and, in Hawaii, we’re lucky enough to have farm-fresh beans to brew. To find out more about how coffee gets from the farm to your table, we chat with Hawaii’s coffee Ph.D.
HONOLULU sits down with HPD’s new chief, Louis Kealoha, and takes a look at crime and law enforcement in the city today.
A Preview of the August Issue
Dining: In Search of Sake
Or, the curse of the Sake Column
Smokey and Giraffe's Sweet Treats
ESPN Sports Festival
Save That Landmark
Meals on Wheels
Afterthoughts: Naked Ambition
A documentary on hippies reminds me why Hawaii could use a few nude beaches.
From Our Files
From Our Files
Field Guide: Koko Head Avenue
Discover quilting classes, kimono-inspired clothing, yoga mats and Swarovski crystals along this Kaimukī street.
Legislative Score Card
The 2010 legislative session is pau, so let’s recap the status of five environment-related bills and see how they did.
This year, the Tinman Triathlon celebrates its 30th year. One athlete shares how it’s truly a race for everyone.
Meet Lynn Davis, keeper of the rare books collection at UH.
Things to do in July in Hawaii
This month, treat yourself to a tasty hot dog, learn about Korean culture and beef up your rare coin collection.
Letters to the Editor
Editor's Page: Building Kapolei
Most people who live in Kapolei don’t work in Kapolei—but would really like to. How can we help?